|Directed by||Jeff Kanew|
|Written by||Jeff Kanew|
|Narrated by||Woody Strode|
|Distributed by||Cinerama Releasing|
|May 1, 1972|
Black Rodeo captures the events surrounding the first-time performance of an all African-American rodeo in Harlem, New York City. The documentary depicts that the people who attended the rodeo were awed to find African-American men and women actively involved in skills like bronc riding, calf roping and brahma bull riding.
The film was released by Cinerama Releasing in the spring of 1972.
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